Give a little glimmer to any look with gold bracelets in 14k and 18k. Our gold bracelets for men and gold bracelets for women come in beautiful white, yellow and rose gold, and many also feature sparkling diamonds, radiant gemstones or lustrous pearls. Choose from timeless styles including bangles, bolo, engravable bracelets and gold chain designs.
Gold bracelets that are in style today are all about subtle but eye-catching designs. Chain bracelets with charming embellishments like polished hearts or a mini diamond bar are a great way to uplift your everyday look. Stationed bracelets set with precious gemstones and delicate pearls have a fun appeal and are equally versatile for easy wear. Classic diamond tennis bracelets in a white gold setting never go out of style and are a dreamy choice for special occasions.
How much is a 14k gold bracelet?
Our 14k gold bracelets begin at around two hundred dollars for simple chain bracelets and can go up to over ten thousand dollars when set with many larger diamonds, like in a diamond halo bracelet. 14k gold bracelets are available to suit every budget and style preference, including pure gold bangles and link bracelets in the one thousand to two thousand dollar range.
What kind of gold is best for bracelets?
Most of our gold bracelets come in your choice of 14k or 18k gold. 14k gold offers an excellent balance of price and wearability, as it is durable for daily wear. 18k gold bracelets are a popular choice for special occasions and a more buttery gold tone for yellow gold bracelets. Solid 18k and 14k gold bracelets are the best options for frequent wear.
How much are 18k gold bracelets?
18k gold bracelets for women and men will cost more than their 14k counterparts as there is more gold present in an 18k piece. 18k gold bracelets often contain precious gemstones or higher percentages of gold, fetching prices in the thousands.
Which wrist do you wear this jewelry on?
Most gold bracelets for women and men are worn on the wearer’s wrist of their non-dominant hand. So if you’re wearing a gold bracelet and you’re right-handed, you’d wear the bracelet on your left wrist.
Can you stack with other jewelry?
Men's and women’s gold bracelets are perfect for stacking! They can be stacked with watches, gemstone-packed pieces or any other style you’d like. For a monochromatic look, consider stacking similar gold colors together such as wearing all yellow gold bracelets.
How are men’s styles worn?
Men’s gold bracelets are generally thicker than women’s styles and are typically worn on their own without other bracelets. They often feature a single chain without any charms and are a little longer than women’s bracelets in gold. Of course, there are no set rules, and you can wear as many gold chain bracelets as you’d like.
What types of gold are available in bracelet styles?
You can choose from yellow, rose and white gold bracelets.
Why do babies wear gold bracelets?
In many cultures and religions, gold bracelets are given to babies to symbolize rites or milestones. Some cultures also believe that this jewelry will protect babies from harm and bring good fortune.
Can gold bracelets for women and men feature gemstones?
While plain gold bracelets are a popular choice, styles with gemstones such as diamonds are also in-demand.
What chain styles are available?
Chain bracelets in gold come in a variety of patterns and interlinking designs. Choose from bead, cable, Cuban, rolo, rope, Venetian, box or wheat chain styles in glimmering gold.
Is wearing gold bracelets good luck?
Many cultures believe that wearing a gold bracelet brings good luck.
Can bracelets made of gold be worn every day?
Yes, these bracelets are incredibly durable and can be worn daily.
What's the best way to care for this jewelry?
Your gold bracelet is incredibly durable, but it may need a little care from time to time. Avoid harsh chemicals or lotions as these can ruin the appearance of your jewelry. Remove gold bracelets whenever you’re swimming, as saltwater and even chlorine can be harmful to this precious metal. When it’s time to clean your jewelry, use a cleaning liquid to remove any buildup. A polishing cloth can bring your jewelry back to its original shine.